So I know somebody locally...
They overpaid for too much house, too soon (before the market dropped and before they procreated) - plus the place needs a whole lot of finishing to boot (sod, basement, driveway, etc.).
Three months after they
So, fortunately for him he did secure a rare open position in this ultra-$hitty labor market - although it seems to be substantially *commission-based*.
Now, what does he do not even two months in?
He goes out and
That has to be nearly $500 a month, right?
Earthlings simply do not learn - not unless the lesson is jammed down their throat, or fired up their posterior cavity.
Every 30 something couple I know is exactly like your local friend. I want to punch them in the throat every time I speak to them.
Oh, and I forgot to mention that this yup-ple (yuppie couple)....that when they first bought this house they decided NOT to sell their condo in Boston.
Instead, they are renting it out at a $100 loss each month ad infinitum.
(Not friends, though. I have some intelligence standards!)
Try $6-$700 per month. And then there's keeping the mileage in check. Want to take your 4WD leased Rover on long winter trips? Not likely.
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